Hi,

I'm trying to calculate a "power of" value using floats.

The calculation involves pressure (variables are Floats) and has this in it: (atmospheric / seaLevel) ^ 0.1903

The error is "Operand(0) is not a byte, short, or Integer in bit-wise Xor (^)"

Now, the bitwise operator is ^ but the power of operator is also ^, and I want the power-of operator. How does VB.Net type languages differentiate?

In C I use pow(A, B) where I want A^B (to the power of, not bit-wise).

What's the equivalent?

Thanks,